Murphy picked on me just the other day…


Daily Prompt: Murphy’s Law says, “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” Write about a time everything did — fiction encouraged here, too!
To start the day off I found that my trusty mouse which I have used for 3 years just decided to pack up.  I took a trip out to get a new one and of course when I got back I had bought all sorts of other things, but the mouse.  This then caused me to take a second trip, this time I actually purchased the mouse.
Whilst at the mall getting the mouse, somehow, someone, something, I just don’t know made huge scratch along the side of my car *angry and perplexed expression.*  Next to happened was that I dropped my sleek little cell phone which cracked the glass cover *more perplexed-ness.*  Which meant yet another trip to the mall! True as Bob.
This is a true story,  Mr Murphy sure had it in for me that day and has not picked on me since..

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  4. Me and ol’ Murphy are well acquainted. Everything does happen for a reason and everything has it’s lessons. Your lessons that day was probably to see if you could handle adversity better that day than in the recent past. I hope you passed. ;)

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